Trump news: President gets all-clear for weekend return to public duties, as he pleads for support from seniors
Donald Trump was cleared for return to public engagement by White House doctors on Saturday, leaving the president back on the campaign trail 24 days before the November election.
He will need as much time as possible after losing 20 points in some polls. But he doesn't wait until Saturday with a video that targets the senior voting block in a medicine-for-votes pitch.
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It came after Trump refused to participate in the next presidential debate against Joe Biden. It was announced that the debate would take place virtually after Trump was diagnosed with coronavirus last week. He'll hold a rally instead while Biden does a town hall solo.
Trump and Biden's campaigns have so far failed to agree on alternative debates.
In his first interview since returning from Walter Reed National Medical Center, Trump told Fox Business that he was "immune" and likely not contagious.
The president also put in his rouges gallery of enemies, from Biden and Kamala Harris to China, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, even bleakly claiming that Biden would not stay in office two months.
It also focused on Michigan hours before the FBI announced that a militia had been arrested for an alleged kidnapping of Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
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